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Buffalo Bills cornerback Dane Jackson has been released from the hospital and is said to have avoided “serious injury” after being carried off the field in an ambulance Monday night. game against the tennessee titans following a terrifying collision with teammate Tremaine Edmunds, the team announced Tuesday.
Jackson, 25, was transported to Erie County Medical Center, where he was evaluated for a neck injury. the Bills announced Monday nightand added that he had “full movement in his limbs”.
The next morning he was released from the hospital and was eventually cleared of any “major neck or spinal cord injury.”
BILLS’ DANE JACKSON CARRIED OFF THE FIELD IN AMBULANCE AFTER SCARY PLAY
Sources told NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo that the third-year pro “is out of the hospital.”
jackson tackled Titans catcher Treylon Burks from behind during the second quarter of the Bills’ 47-7 win when Edmunds dove in late and hit Jackson square in the head. After the play, Titans running back Hassan Haskins pulled Jackson away from Burks.
He lay down in the field before finally leaving in an ambulance.
“You go from being a coach to just being a human being when I’m outside watching him get loaded into the ambulance. That’s a real moment,” head coach Sean McDermott told reporters.
Jackson will continue to be monitored by the team and will undergo additional evaluation on Tuesday.
Associated Press contributed to this report.